Why You’re Failing at facts about the food web
blog Sep 15, 2021
The food web on the right shows the foods that are available for consumption. The food web on the left shows the types of food that are available. The food web on the right is more specific and can be used to determine what you would find in your grocery store.
The food web for the human body is a graph of what we eat, and the food web for the animal kingdom is a graph of what we eat. The human body is much more complex than the animal kingdom, but the basic food web is a good place to start. We eat plants and animals and fish and the foods from those.
So we have food that we consume for the purpose of growing and feeding ourselves. We have the food that we eat that we eat for the purpose of eating. We have the food that we eat that we eat for the purpose of being eaten by other animals. We have the food that we eat that we eat that we eat for the purpose of being consumed by the water cycle.
The food web is really quite complex, and it’s easy to lose track of all the various parts and the many different foods that each one is comprised of. It’s helpful to be able to remember these things, because you can be working on a project and then forget how everything is all tied together.
Let’s start from the beginning. The food web, the web of life, is actually the most complex thing in nature. It is the living, growing, and dying of all life on this planet.
The food web is made up of everything that lives on this planet. It is all the food that a single person eats, all the animals that eat that food, all the micro-organisms that eat that food, all the microbes that eat that food, all the plants that grow that food, and all the myriad of other things that live in the food that you eat. This huge thing is a complicated network of everything that lives in the ecosystem, as it is the whole of the ecosystem.
So, the food web is very complex. It not only has all the food you eat, but it also has all the bugs and all the microbes that ate that food, all the microbes that eat the food, all the plants that grow that food, and all the myriad of other things that also eat the food you eat. There’s no way to really understand the whole food web, but it does help if you know a little bit about the ecology of your immediate neighborhood.
One of my favorite books on the ecology of our food web is “The Ecological Footprint” by David Kennedy. It’s like a great little introduction to the subject. You can see it and download it for free by signing up to my book club at www.eecology.com.
Its also great to know that you can find a ton of other resources on the internet about ecology.